Color Your World 2018: 120 Days of Crayola – Salmon

Salmon Sunset in Strasbourg


Join Jennifer’s Color Your World 2018: 120 Days of Crayola, a 4 month (January 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018) blogging challenge event. Each day has a new color theme based on a past or current crayon color in Crayola’s box of 120 crayons.

Tuesday Photo Challenge: Season

Christmas Season

Christmas Season in Strasbourg, France

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Tuesday Blue

Blue Moon and The Gingerbread Man

Blue Moon and the Gingerbread Man, Strasbourg, France

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Thursday’s Special: Waiting

Can We Go Home Yet?

Waiting for them to finish, Strasbourg, France

Children of a group of street performers, Strasbourg, France.

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Color Your World 2017: Piggy Pink and Pink Sherbet

Pink Heaven For Little Girls

Vendor, Christmas Market, Strasbourg, France

Jennifer’s 2017 Color Your World Challenge: Piggy Pink and Pink Sherbet

Thursday’s Special: Winding


Renaissance Staircase, Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame, Strasbourg, France


Spiral staircase designed by architect Hans-Thoman Uhlberger, about 1579, in Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame, in Strasbourg, France. The museum is located in two buildings of the Œuvre Notre-Dame, which has been responsible for  construction, maintenance, and revenue collection of Strasbourg’s Cathedral since the 13th century.  Opened to the public in 1931, the museum highlights Middle Ages and the Renaissance arts from the Upper Rhine, including statuary and stained glass from the Cathedral, furniture, decorative arts, tapestries, and paintings. Don’t overlook the museum if you visit Strasbourg.

From the museum’s website: “This remarkable spiral staircase is contemporary with the Renaissance wing of the Notre-Dame church. Testimony of the virtuosity of the architect Hans-Thoman Uhlberger, it is characterized in particular by its hollow core and its two internal ramps animated by a helical movement. It presents the same curious mixture of flamboyant tradition and Renaissance taste as the rest of the building. Under the internal ramp and the vault, the moldings represent gnarled branches in the late Gothic tradition.”

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